The Canada Violet is a
Violet Family. It
grows to 1 foot in height and has green
heart shaped leaves with toothed margins which grow to
3 inches in length. The plant typically grows
in moist coniferous forests at elevations between
Canada Violet at right was photographed in
Secret Canyon near Sedona.
Canada Violet typically blooms between
April - September and produces white flowers with a triangular lower
lip petal to 3/4 inches in width.